It has nothing to do with constant pressure and everything to do with pulsed vibrations.Sorry but I must disagree with you.
The UX has been certified to a depth of 12,000 metres.
The bottom of the Mariana Trench is at a depth 10,918 metres or almost 7 miles.
The pressure at this depth is 17,000 pounds per square inch.
An ultrasonic cleaner does not exert this much pressure.
Do what you want to do. However, a Traser does not differ from any other watch. That's why a search prior to posting might have answered your question already. Now merged with one of the other threads.So What? Can't I open a similar thread? I did a search but I'm asking specifically if it's possible that I damaged my TRASER.
This !If its a quartz and its still running, I'd say you got lucky. Parts are meant to go in an ultrasonic. Not a watch still put together. I'd have the seals checked sooner rather than later.
Thank you, so the ultra sonic will clean and polish but not remove small scuffs?There's a difference between cleaning your watch and removing scuffs and scratches. The ultrasonic cleaning machine you posted will do fine for cleaning bracelets, although I would avoid submersing the watch head into the watch. For scratches, if you want something more effective than Cape Cod, then you probably should consider a Dremel.